File - In this Feb. 27, 2018 file photo, a police officer on a motorcycle leaves the Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower in Panama City. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco, File)
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If you can overlook the intermittently running water, Friday's four-hour power outage and occasional police presence in the lobby, the Trump hotel in Panama City retains its status as one of the city's finest.While Trump Meritage and Trump Chardonnay also were available, what was lacking a good chunk of this past week was Trump water, at least when guests turned on the hotel's faucets.Fintiklis is waging a bitter battle to oust the Trump team from the hotel.Herrera did say that Fintiklis had control of the hotel's finances and would stop paying bills incurred by the Trump management team.As part of a deal to sell 202 of the hotel's 369 condo units last year, the Trump team attempted to extract an ironclad concession from the buyer, Fintiklis, not to challenge that management contract.Unlike Trump Hotels' exit from buildings in Toronto and New York, in which hotel owners and the Trump team negotiated a muted departure and compensation for the Trump Organization, the Panama dispute seems set to end only when Fintiklis or the Trump family business suffers a public defeat.
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